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DDB Remedy

Mid-weight Designer

Job Added: 27 June 2019
Applications Close: 27 July 2019
Level: Mid-Weight
Contract: Full Time
Based: London
Salary: £30,000 to £35,000
Website: ddbremedy.co.uk
Twitter: @ddbremedyuk

Position Summary

As a self-motivated designer, you’ll have a track record of beautiful craft across a variety of brands and platforms. You are naturally bursting with enthusiasm and a can-do attitude, who isn’t afraid of pushing expectations throughout the process. Someone who constantly asks – “how can I make this better?” You will be hungry for the next step and keen to develop your skillset. You will have drive and ambition. No healthcare creative experience is needed but a strong interest in working in health communications is important.

Key Capabilities

01 / Passionate about all aspects of design regardless of channel or function
02 / Experience with brand development, guidelines, events, identities, visualisation, layout, presentations, apps and experiential
03 / Always demonstrates teamwork and willingness to collaborate
04 / Able to develop and present ideas using a variety of techniques
05 / Has a portfolio overflowing with sharp, innovative and impactful design fit for purpose

Who are we?

You know that feeling when you see, do or hear great stuff. It makes you feel, well, great on the inside. At DDB Remedy our focus is health communication. Everyday pains or chronic liver infection. YouTube content or an international congress. South Korea or Brazil and everywhere in between. Our mantra is to always push ourselves to do great stuff.

How to apply

What happens now? If you are interested in a fantastic and rewarding challenge, supported by a competitive salary and benefits package, send your CV and book with a note on why you might be the one to: [email protected] using the subject line: MWD_IYC.

Due to the volume of applications, only successful candidates will be responded to. At this time we can only accept CVs from applicants with the right to work in the UK.